Avis de décès de Angelo Primo Comin
Angelo passed away peacefully Tuesday at the Hamilton General Hospital in his 82nd year. Angelo was born in Musano (TV) Italy in 1935 and arrived in Canada in 1954 at the age of 19. He was trained as a mason and came in search of a new life. His first true passion was farming; he had a great amount of respect for the land and in his later years loved tending his farms, garden and yard. With his entrepreneurial spirit he founded Comin Masonry Ltd. with his two brothers and its success was driven through his strong work ethic, diligence and tenacity. Having survived many trials and tribulations, Angelo developed a deep wisdom; he spoke frankly, maintained a strong gusto for life, and was always making plans with his sights set on the future. He was proud of his heritage and was a member of the Venetian Club and the Trevisani Nel Mondo. He loved sports especially if the grandchildren were playing, but what he valued the most was the time he spent with his family on vacations south or visits to Calgary and Italy. Lovingly remembered and always in our hearts, Angelo is survived by his loving wife of 53 years Gloria (nee Cavarzan), his cherished daughter Luana, son-in-law Franco Sartor, and his three precious grandchildren: Rachel, Gianfranco and Enzo. He is predeceased by his son Angelo Jr. (1980), his youngest brother Graziano and his parents Luigi and Olga (Favotto). He is also survived by his brothers: Rino (Fanni-deceased), Alessandro (Beppina), Dalmazio (Marisa), sister-in-law Theresa Comin, brothers-in-laws Sam Cavarzan (Beverley) and John Cavarzan (Helene),and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held at FRISCOLANTI FUNERAL CHAPEL, 43 Barton St. E (near James St.) on Sunday May 1, from 2 à 4 p.m. and 6 à 9 p.m., vigil prayers at 6:30 p.m. The funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Luke’s RC Church (200 Mount Albion Road) on Monday May 2, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.; Entombment at Holy Souls Mausoleum, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations in memoriam to St. Luke’s Parish would be appreciated by the family.